It is easy for many to give up hope in the world. We watch the news, we observe the negative things happening in our society. From violence and pain to poverty and disease, issues like these span the globe. We see the need in our communities, in our own neighborhoods, and we start to wonder, “Will it ever get better?”
It can, and it will.
We are proud to share that some of our own from Bloganthropy have been recognized on the Babble.com list Top 25 Parent Bloggers Who Are Changing the World. Reading the list is refreshing and restorative. Hope is not lost. Rather, it is being built one blog post at a time.
On the list: our Blogathropy co-founder, Debbie Bookstaber as well as two Bloganthropy board members Jennifer James and Chrysula Winegar; Three Bloganthropy Award winners Katherine Stone, Susan Niebur and Devan McGuinness; Bloganthropy Achievement Award winner Kristine Brite McCormick and 2010 Bloganthropy Finalist Maggie Ginsburg-Schultz.
Their influence covers postpartum depression and the grief that comes from miscarriage and neonatal loss, health and reform advocacy, domestic violence and sexual abuse, cancer awareness, social good, and supporting mothers worldwide. Their reach and encouragement reaches millions.
Check out the full list of World-Changing Bloggers. Thank you for all you do!